Woman smashed Bronx restaurant windows with bat over out-of-stock beef patties, police say

Ryan W. Miller

Where's the beef?

New York police are seeking help to identify a woman they say slugged out the windows of a Bronx restaurant when it didn't have beef patties.

The incident last month began when the unknown suspect entered Back Home Restaurant, a Jamaican and American eatery, and ordered a beef patty with cheese, police said Saturday.

"The individual was informed that there were no beef patties in stock at which time the unknown individual became irate," police said in a statement.

That's when she walked out and broke the restaurant's window and glass front door with an aluminum baseball bat, police say.

Video shows the suspect taking multiple swings at the glass. People on the sidewalk try to intervene but to no avail, according to the video . The suspect then walks away.

Police say there were no injuries.

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